13-15 March 2020

City, University London

Sunday Schedule

09.00 - 09.30

No need to re-register if you came on Saturday (and didn't lose your badge on the way home from the social!), but allow time if you're just coming for Sunday.

09.30 - 10.30

Main Hall

Preston So is an innovation lead, researcher, speaker and author of Decoupled Drupal in Practice (Apress, 2018).

A globally recognised voice on decoupled Drupal and subject matter expert in areas including the decentralised web and conversational design, Preston is Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia, where he helms Acquia Labs, an innovation center architecting groundbreaking projects for clients like the State of Georgia and Nestlé Purina.

Preston has been a programmer since 1999, a web developer and designer since 2001, a creative professional since 2004, a Drupal developer since 2007 and a manager of local and distributed teams since 2015.

Twitter: @prestonso

11.35 - 12.05

12.50 - 14.00

14.00 - 14.45

An experienced back-end developer and dev-ops engineer, Sally spends her time building APIs, writing JavaScript and working on front-end tools with prominent global Drupal agency Lullabot.

In this role she helped bring the API-First Drupal distribution “Contenta CMS” into the world. A long- time proponent of open source, her first experiences were hacking around with bulletin boards in Perl and PHP, including contributing the original smiley pack for phpBB 1.0.

Within the Drupal Community she’s a core JavaScript maintainer for Drupal and leads the Admin UI & JavaScript Modernization Initiative, whilst also serving as a track chair and decoupled summit lead for DrupalCon.

Twitter: @justafish

Keynote speakers



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Sunday AM



Closing Keynote

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